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How This Man Went From 417 Pounds to Riding 27,000 Miles

Name: Noel QuinteroAge: 35Occupation: AccountantHometown: San Juan, Puerto Rico Start Weight: 417 poundsEnd Weight: 250 poundsTime Cycling: 3 years There was a competition in my office modeled after The Biggest Loser. Without me even knowing about it, my supervisor signed me up. At least 40 to 50 employees—all men—participated in that competition, and I was… Read More »

Initiatives help to reduce radiation exposure from imaging exams

National campaigns encouraging the more judicious use of radiological studies are having an impact in reducing Americans’ medical radiation doses. That’s the findings of a new report from the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, which was released this week. The results indicate the effectiveness of national initiatives—in particular, The Image Gently and Image… Read More »

Vendors aim to put real-world evidence from images on AWS

A new vendor partnership aims to bring real-world evidence related to medical images to Amazon Web Service’s AWS Data Exchange. The collaboration, between Life Image and Graticule is expected to make available a de-identified patient-level data set with information from natural language processing derived from Life Image’s data. The goal of the initiative is to… Read More »